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World Mental Health Day (10 Oct) is a day to talk about mental health and show everyone that mental health matters.

World Mental Health Day (10 Oct) is a day to talk about mental health and show everyone that mental health matters. It’s also a day to let people know that it’s okay to ask for help, no matter what you’re going through.

As the theme of World Mental Health Day highlights, ‘mental health is a universal human right’. Being held across over 100 countries.
UK 10th October, while USA is May.

How can I be mentally healthy and happy?

Try this 6 tips to help you be happier, more in control, and able to cope better with life’s ups and downs.

1.Manage your stress levels.

2.Use humour and enjoy yourself.

3.Boost your Self-confidence

4.Have a healthy lifestyle.

5.Talk and share.

6.Build your resilience.

Which other one do you know ❓
Add it in comment section.

You can’t surround yourself with insecure people who think your growth is a competition to them. It’s a damaging mindset. Those kinds of people will sink the whole ship just because they can’t be the captain. Find confident people who want to uplift you and be better WITH you.” The Oracle #mentalhealthawareness day Oct 10th 2023.

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